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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by chet again, Sep 1, 2019.
I can't even pretend to believe my Vikes can get to a Super Bowl. Cousins is just a .500 QB with a decent box score. He just doesn't win meaningful games.
The defense is good, but, Zimmer gets outcoached often. Too often for me.
Then there is the kicking situation. My goodness. I've never seen a more circus like situation on special teams.
I'm also very interested to what the rest of the league will do.
Hey, VWAmTele, I appreciate the loyalty to your team, but do you really believe THAT team is going to beat the Eagles twice this season?
I think Mahomes and the Chiefs are going to be the team to beat this season.
I have Directtv and also the NFL Sunday Ticket. No issues with it for the last couple of years.
Yes that is one way to do it. But not all games available every week. There are others that are going out of the country and getting it from overseas. These sites are difficult to maneuver and can be dangerous.
Does the NFL still exist?
They should be, but not so sure....
Time to kick the season off!
I'm in the same boat. The team I follow is out of my market. Is there a legal way to watch each one of their games w/o subscribing to Direct TV. Doesn't the NFL Package just give you scoring drives and updates? I want to watch their games in real time from start to finish. Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks.
that question is the same as asking
is the sky blue
is pizza delicious
is there still an internet
i mean football is so big...especially all the hype that happens around super bowl time...im sure you know it still exists and you were just being facetious
Ok Brad, ok.
It just doesn't exist for much of anyone I know
Well, at least nobody's mentioned the Knicks. Have they folded?
This site notes some available options for streaming NFL.
I've got Direct TV.... I only selected it b/c of the package (also live out of market for my team). I have no hopes that we'll make the playoffs, but I still very much enjoy watching every game and socializing with the folks who live out here who are also out of range. If you watch all 16 games, *and* if you planned to go out and watch all 16 in a pub somewhere - then Direct TV is a good deal. Those are two big IFs, so I didn't even try to rationalize it with my spouse. She chooses our programming the other months of the year - so it's a trade off.
As to the suggestions to find somewhere to stream it. I've been in Tech since the mid 90s, and I value my digital assets and my freedom too much to try 'unofficial' methods for watching games.
This is always good for a few chuckles.
As I type, they haven't yet gotten around to skewering my Patriots for this year (they countdown through the teams until the season opening) - but the masochists among you can go back and read them telling off Pats fans this time last year.
Boston fans have two world championships since then (ducks).
That Dallas MEME should be for the Jets too.
I'm in the same boat. I moved and my team is now out of market. I don't want a satellite dish so I opted for NFL Gamepass. It's $100/year. You can watch any game, every game, choose the home or away broadcast if you don't want to listen to the network idiots, coach's film, etc. The only catch is that you can only watch the games after they've ended. The upside is that my Sundays are no longer scheduled around gametime. I do my chores and then settle down in the evening to watch. The downside is that I can't watch ANY football during the day before I watch my game or I might see the score.
Edit: NFL GamePass is internet based. So you'll either need a TV that hooks up to internet or a laptop with an HDMI cable hookup to your tv. Or just watch it on your laptop. My Samsung TV, like most nowadays, hooks up to the internet easily.
raiders cut antonio brown...another problem child receiver
Yea, on any given Sunday...yada yada yada...